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Jul 6, 2012 3:00pm PDT
, which is, or was, guantanamo bay's lesser evil twin. published lesser known evil twin. then he had been released and was in tanzania or zanzibar. i went to meet him. >> can you trace for us his amazing odyssey from country to country and how this happened? >> well, it is difficult to piece together. we only know some of what happened. he is from zanzibar. he grew up in zanzibar. he was fond of fishing and good with boats. he ended up being a traitor going up and down the coast from zanzibar of the kenyan coast -- trader going up and down the coast from zanzibar to of the kenyan coast. he was abducted by a warlord who still lives in mogadishu. he is one of the most powerful people still in somalia. he has had various roles in somalian government. members of the cia, rendered him to sue secret prisons in afghanistan. and afghanistan, he was in a prison we think called the dark prison where prisoners are held in pitch black with music pumping 24 hours a day, very seriously abused with no access to lawyers. then it was taken to the salt pit, not much better. alternately, to bagram air
Jul 5, 2012 8:00am PDT
interbank offered rate, o which provides twins of dollars in transactions across the globe. the manipulation meant millions of borrowers paid the wrong amount on their loans. appearing before a british parliamentary committee, the day after his resignation, diamond called the company's action reprehensible but said top executives had moved swiftly to take action. >> when i read the emails from those traders, i got physically ill. it is reprehensible behavior. if you're asking me should those actions be dealt with, absolutely. >> i think it is a sign of barclays that we're willing to be first, willing to come out with this. >> diamond is the second top barclays executive to depart after chairman marcus agius resigned last week. also speaking at the british parliamentary hearing, liver member of parliament said they had shown negligent behavior. >> [unintelligible] two chief executives has been doing finally wrong things. it is too frightened to or to disinterested to actually tell the chief executor. that is a very worrying thing to come out in the inquiry. >> the palestinian aut
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